If you’re a Boys Noize completionist then you’ll want to hear ‘Distant Lover’ a bonus track from his latest album ‘Out of the Black’ – this Ridha trying his best to be a modern-day Vangelis, and almost pulling it off.
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Haling from Glasgow’s East End, Christopher McFarlane has been producing under his Mirrors stagename since the summer of 2011, whilst holding down ongoing involvements with the city’s popular ‘Offbeat’ clubnight.
IS TROPICAL have announced the release of their second album ‘I’m Leaving’ which will be coming out via Kitsune/ Cooperative Music on May 20.
Alan Braxe is giving away his new EP ‘One More Chance’ and to us, it sounds striking similar to Alex Gopher’s recent single, in that it’s retro, slow, poignant and is led by vocals – from Parisian band The Spimes – which at times sound a bit like a transvestite Enya tribute act.
Oliver’s latest EP ‘Mechanical’ sees the duo go for a full-on big-room disco assault, with ‘Control’ being one of the tracks that is spearheading this more club-friendly sound.
LA duo Oliver are preparing their next EP ‘Mechanical’ which should be out this month on A-Trak’s Fools Gold Records. It sees the duo delve even deeper into the world of dance music and not their usual organic funk-laden productions.
Stemming from the Dusseldorf scene, Tapesh & Maximiljan are swiftly becoming as a compelling DJ/production duo with a string of releases on notable labels including Get Physical, Noir and Defected.
German producer Theatre of Delays has made quite a name for himself remixing everyone from Queen to Chilly Gonzales, and while almost all of his remixes are unofficial, you’d be hard pressed to actually tell.
Punks Jump Up and Martin Dubka have teamed up for a new single ‘Feels Good’, which is out on Kitsune today, and features vocals from Saint Saviour.
Our good friends at Discobelle have just premiered Moonlight Matters’ remix of Punks Jump Up’s and Dubka’s lastest slice of disco – and we couldn’t help ourselves but poach it from them.
Alex Gopher’s music career has been as long as it has been varied. Originally he played in a band called Orange with future Air members Jean-Benoit Dunckel and Nicolas Godin. His music has developed over the years from French house right through to atmospheric electronica, with his latest EP ‘Hello Inc’ very much on a leftfield pop tip.
Portuguese disco producer Mirror People, aka Rui Maia, has been winning fans all over the place with releases on esteemed labels ranging from Discotexas to Gomma.
Gigamesh is giving away his fantastically flamboyant remix of Junior Byron’s ‘Dance To The Music’ for free. This has guilty pleasure written right all over it, but sometimes a naughty piece of high-energy disco pop is all you need to get your toe tapping.
House is the new disco, or so it seems. While we wait for France and Belgium to comeback from their August holidays, we need to look a little further a field. How about Holland. Karmon is dutch deep house producer who’s producing a lot of really high-end house and disco.
London’s Lower East Records is about to release their second various artists CD, called Inner Circles, and there’s a few real gems in amongst the CD’s 10 tracks worth of house music.
Dutch funk sensation Shook is preparing a new EP and today he revealed the lead song ‘Garota 92′ – it’s everything we’d associate with his sound; light, happy and carefree.
Citizens!’s new track ‘Caroline’ has already been injected with some Parisian chic via Jupiter – well, it’s now time for Australian band Rufus to inject some much needed dancefloor pedigree into the broth.
In Flagranti’s sleasy disco classic ‘Interdisciplinary’ is getting another release with a bunch of new remixes from the likes of Mode, Marius, Bear Damen Jaguar Trax and Renkas.